Children’s Hospital created a resource that helps those with Autism Spectrum Disorder get to know more about ASD. This is a kid-friendly document meant for ages 5 – 12, but it can really be used with any age. It’s a great resource that families can read together or kids can read on their own, whether the ASD diagnosis is new …
Updated – September 8, 2020 Please Note: Ministry staff have reviewed our safety plan and have confirmed its alignment with the requirements set out in the COVID-19 Operational Guidelines and the Provincial COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines for K-12 Settings.
Menu #11 is dedicated to the Thinking Core Competency and Play! For our last menu, the POPEY team is sharing some of their favourite activities that help creative, critical, and reflective thinking, including connecting to these through play. These activities can be used at home or at school. https://popey.ca/sites/default/files/2020-June-learning%20menu%20%2311.pdf?mc_cid=157244bc0d&mc_eid=6af2c9066f
If you want to know more about ADHD, take a look at this blog “ADHD 101: A Definitive Guide for Students (+ Tools and Resources)” This is a worthwhile read that encompasses signs and symptoms, benefits and struggles, frequently asked questions, and many tips, tricks, and resources. Check it out! https://ivypanda.com/blog/adhd-definitive-guide/
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